Allison Anderson has an excellent video detailing some photography mistakes she used to make. Check it out, especially if you’re a beginner! 00:00 Intro 00:41 Meow 01:02 Mistake 1 02:11 Mistake 2 05:38 Mistake 3 07:00 Mistake 4
Knowing how to shoot film is one of the most rewarding ways to take photos, but it comes with some unique quirks. In this video, Cody Mitchell tells you about the mistakes they made when getting into shooting 35mm film and how avoiding those same mistakes can save you from ruined photos and blank rolls.
These are simple things that all good photographers do that drastically improve their images; thankfully, they are effortless to copy. Nigel Danson has a video discussing the matter, highlighting seven skills good photographers have.
As said by The Photographic Eye, if you want more people to appreciate your images, you can’t break this photography rule in your photos.
In this video, Nigel Danson explains how easy it is to avoid making these same photography mistakes. There are many mistakes in photography, and these are seven that Danson has seen recently.
Pierre T. Lambert recently did a video discussing five of the biggest photography mistakes. The video begins by highlighting why mistakes can be good before diving into the mistakes and a few solutions along the way. Video Breakdown 00:00 Why mistakes can be good 01:20 Mistake 1 & fix 02:43 Mistake 2 & fix 04:58…
Here is a great video by Wildlife Photographer Tin Man Lee. In it, he talks about the 7 biggest photography mistakes every beginning photographer makes and should learn to avoid. He calls them the 7-L’s of photography. For more articles and videos for beginners, CLICK HERE.
Photographer Andrew S. Gibson has a great article on his website, The Creative Photographer explaining why making prints makes you a better photographer. To read Andrews’s Making Prints article, click on the button below: For articles and videos on Printing, CLICK HERE. Photo above ©2022 Anthony Morganti
This is a nice video by the photographers over at Mango Street for the beginner photographer. In it, they talk about five mistakes all of us make when starting out and how to fix them.